Fire and Ice
&
Sauna w/ Red Light Therapy
Questions

 
What is Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna?

Infrared light is part of the invisible light spectrum emitted by the sun and penetrates our body at varying levels based on the length of waves of light. We feel this as warmth and scientists have established that these infrared waves are beneficial to the human body without any of the harmful UV waves of sunlight. Each of these wavelengths has different health benefits with our industry leading Clearlight saunas covering the full spectrum without any of the high EMF's associated with other saunas. Click the link below for more information about the benefits and research done on sauna use.

What is Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna?
What is Red Light Therapy?

Red Light Therapy delivers low energy wavelengths of light that stimulate our bodies production of ATP (AdenosineTriphosphate) which boosts cellular regeneration. This process, known as Photobiomodulation, has been extensively researched and shown to add measurable energy to the mitochondria of your cells. This results in numerous health benefits for the body including reduced inflammation, skin rejuvenation, faster wound healing as well as relief from chronic and acute pain, faster muscle recovery and more. 

Click the link below for information about Red Light Therapy.

                                                 

What is Red Light Therapy?
What is Fire and Ice Contrast Therapy?

Combine our Infrared Sauna w/ Red Light Therapy with our Cold Plunge tank. and you have Fire and Ice contrast therapy.  Contrast therapy is a recovery and relaxation technique that works on the concept of vasodilatation (which occurs in the heat) and vasoconstriction (which occurs in the cold). This results in alternating the blood flow between internal organs and extremities which has been shown to reduce inflammation through improved circulation. It has also been shown to reduce stress and anxiety by promoting the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and relax) and to stimulate and improve immune function.

What is Fire and Ice Contrast Therapy?

 

Responsible sauna use carries few risks and is generally considered safe for reasonably healthy people.

- You should not use saunas if you are pregnant. 

- If you have recently experienced chest pain (angina pectoris) you should not use saunas.

- Saunas should not be used by anyone who has recently had a heart attack.

- Alcohol and some other drugs can affect your bodies ability to regulate temperature and should not be used before or during your sauna sessions.

- If you have received a tattoo in the last 2 weeks you should not use saunas.

- You should not use saunas if you have severe aortic valve stenosis.
- People who have seizure disorders  should not use saunas.

- Elderly, and anyone at increased risk of heatstroke, should seek medical advise for before using saunas.

- Children under the age of 7 have less developed temperature regulatory systems so they should not use sauna unless first approved by a medical professional.

Who shouldn't use Saunas?
Who shouldn't use saunas?
Who shouldn't use Red Light Therapy?

Red Light Therapy is generally considered safe and healthy. However any lotions, creams or medication that has warnings about sun exposure should also be avoided with Red Light Therapy. If you are unsure it is best to consult a medical professional. 

Who shouldn't use Red Light Therapy?
Who shouldn't try Fire and Ice?

Contrast therapy is safe for most reasonably healthy people, however some may have conditions that make these stresses on the body too risky. Please consult a medical professional for advise if you are unsure.

Please see our sections "Who shouldn't use Saunas?" and "Who shouldn't use Red Light Therapy"
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People with heart conditions should avoid exposure to large swings in temperature.
When the body’s cold receptors sense a rapid decline in temperature, it produces a cardiorespiratory response. This could lead to shortness of breath, decreased cardiac output, and a rapid decrease in pulse—all of which should be avoided when cardiac health isn’t optimal.
- Pregnant women should not use saunas or cold plunge tanks.

Who shouldn't try Fire and Ice?
How do we clean your rooms to keep you safe?

 
- Our rooms are cleaned and sanitized between every client with all touch points sprayed and wiped with alcohol and the floor sanitized with Simple Green (an environmentally friendly disinfectant).
- We also run commercial exhaust fans for 30 minutes between every client to keep the air fresh and clean.

- Our Cold Plunge tank water is tested daily and kept between 40-100 ppm of peroxide that when combined with the UV light, 5 micron filtration and ozone make an experience that you can truly relax into.

How do we keep you safe?

 
- High body temperatures can increase the risk of complications or birth defects so it is best to avoid the sauna during pregnancy.

Are saunas safe if you are pregnant?
Are saunas safe if you are pregnant?
What should I do to prepare for my Sauna or Fire and Ice session?

 - It's a good idea to hydrate before coming into any sauna or fire and ice session. We recommend drinking 12-20 oz of water 30-60 minutes before your appointment.
 - We don't recommend eating a heavy meal just before your session.
- Wearing loose fitting clothing can make getting dressed after your session much easier.

What should I do to prepare for my Fire and Ice /Sauna ?
Sauna Common Sauna Questions

 
- The choice is yours. You have private room with your own shower so clothing is optional (once in your room).

Do I wear a bathing suit during my sessions?
What should I wear for my Fire and Ice / Sauna
What do I need to bring to my appointment?

- If you have long hair, you might want to bring a comb or brush.
- If you wear contacts, bring a case to take them out.  If you forget your case, let us know.  We keep contact cases and solution at the front desk.
- We provide:  
     Towels wash cloths, body gel, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and  we even have mirrored stations with hair dryers for after your sauna session

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

 

We ask for at least a 24 hour cancellation notice.

What are your cancellation policies?
What are your policies?

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